Three Broadway Girls
Three "former chorus girls" team up to capture rich husbands. But they spend as much time fighting with each other as they do the men they try to snare. This film is based on a a play by Zoe Akins "The Greeks Had A Word For It" which is also the basis for the softer and more genteel 50s version "How To Mary A Millionaire". Stars Joan Blondell.
Run time 79 minProducer Samuel GoldwynProduction Company The Samuel Goldwyn CompanySponsor k-otic.comAudio/Visual sound, black & whiteContact Information www.k-otic.com
Dr Feel Rotten
February 7, 2011
Just the types I would have fallen for once upon a time
Now I would find much more delight in tossing them out a 5th story window as look at them..especially Jean.. English has a word for it too, but I'll be polite..It does start with a 'C' though..
Good movie and perhaps even a lesson somewhere to a young man with money although I have no idea where...Times never really change..just the language and dress styles.
December 27, 2008
You want to kill that Jean!!
These three are amoral golddiggers, who drive you crazy with their bitchy schemes...
The sound quality is not very good, unfortunately, but the story runs along nicely anyway.
April 1, 2008
Late Night at the Movies
Captivating Cool Dames.